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Inge Helten

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Ingeborg "Inge" Helten (born 31 December 1950) is a former athlete from West Germany, who competed mainly in the 100 metres. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Inge Helten has received more than 22,998 page views. Her biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Inge Helten is the 1,344th most popular athlete (up from 1,509th in 2019), the 5,254th most popular biography from Germany (down from 4,894th in 2019) and the 112th most popular German Athlete.

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Inge Helten ranks 1,344 out of 6,025Before her are Richard Lawrence, Ingemar Hedberg, Commodore Cochran, Ion Drîmbă, Ferenc Németh, and Felix Gottwald. After her are Kaarlo Kangasniemi, Juan Rodríguez, Steve Prefontaine, Harald Julin, Freddie Wolff, and Roberto Larraz.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1950, Inge Helten ranks 504Before her are Hasely Crawford, Howard Deutch, George Fenton, Luděk Macela, Giorgio Faletti, and Mirza Masroor Ahmad. After her are Dietmar Danner, Laura Restrepo, Marco Tullio Giordana, Micky Moody, Ramón Quiroga, and Vondie Curtis-Hall.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Inge Helten ranks 5,254 out of 7,253Before her are Gunhild Hoffmeister (1944), Evelin Jahl (1956), Moon Ga-young (1996), Bernhard Germeshausen (1951), Josef Ludwig von Armansperg (1787), and Bernhard Langer (1957). After her are Dietmar Danner (1950), Lya Lys (1908), Arthur Schuster (1851), Bärbel Bas (1968), Wolfgang Stark (1969), and Herbert Schade (1922).

Among ATHLETES In Germany

Among athletes born in Germany, Inge Helten ranks 112Before her are Carla Bodendorf (1953), Hugo Strauß (1907), Thomas Köhler (1940), Gunhild Hoffmeister (1944), Evelin Jahl (1956), and Bernhard Germeshausen (1951). After her are Herbert Schade (1922), Rolf Danneberg (1953), Hartwig Gauder (1954), Bernd Cullmann (1939), Liselott Linsenhoff (1927), and Siegrun Siegl (1954).